Blog Post List

Webinar: #MeToo and What to Do: The Movement's Impact in the Workplace 

Wednesday, June 20, 2018; 2 - 3 pm Eastern

Hosted by the American Bankers Association, ABA Insurance Services' Laura Simmons and Littler Mendelson's Marlene Muraco will discuss the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements’ impact in the workplace, including best practices to help prevent claims. Recommended for bankers and those responsible for a bank's human resources and employment practices programs.

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#MeToo and You--The Movement's Impact in the Workplace 

by Laura Simmons, Esq., HR Director and EPLI Claims Manager, ABA Insurance Services

The public has witnessed powerful men in the entertainment industry being taken down by allegations of harassment. The resulting #MeToo and #TimesUp movements demonstrate that women are no longer willing to tolerate or ignore sexual harassment. Employers should use these events in the news to improve their culture, review their policies, and ensure that they provide a harassment-free workplace for everyone

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The PIA Partnership teams up with ABA Insurance Services for "Cyber 101" series  

Cyber 101 includes webinars, infographics and online interactives

Cyber 101 is designed to help agents gain practical knowledge about cyber risks faced by businesses--as well as coverages to help protect those businesses--and to determine what to recommend to clients and prospects.

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ABA Insurance Services Rolls out Enhanced D&O Liability Coverage 

ABA-endorsed Insurance Program offers new policy features

ABA Insurance Services has developed a Directors & Officers Liability (D&O) policy to protect financial institutions and their directors, officers and employees to keep pace with today’s litigious environment.

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Social Media and The Workplace 

co-written by Marquerite Irefin and Jennifer H. Gorman, Esq., ABA Insurance Services

With social media everywhere, employers face unique challenges when it comes to their employees’ use and conduct. Not surprisingly, employees have been known to share information about their employers, including negative statements and damaging information, sometimes hurting the employer’s reputation; however, challenging employee social media posts can be tricky, difficult and potentially illegal.

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